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Thank you, Professor Sowell by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2016 I first read Thomas Sowell in college — no thanks to my college. At the majority of America’s institutions of “higher learning,” reading Thomas Sowell was a subversive act in the early 1990s when I was a student. It remains so today. Why? Because […]
Also, is world suffering from lack of emoticons signifying “moronic”?
I’m this much Native American, really! “Sacaja-whiner:” Elizabeth Warren and the Oppression Olympics by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2012 Elizabeth Warren is the Harvard law professor running for Senate in Massachusetts as a Democratic populist-progressive champion. But don’t call her “Elizabeth Warren.” Call her “Pinocchio-hontas,” “Chief Full-of-Lies,” “Running Joke” or “Sacaja-whiner.” Warren has claimed […]
You just have to laugh. Heartily. When I noted that the Occupy Wall Street movement was filled with a sea of progressives of pallor and challenged the Tea Party-bashing media double standards on calling attention to the demographics two weeks ago, the occupiers filled my Twitter stream with profanities and racial epithets. Soros Monkeys tried […]
**Written by guest-blogger Doug Powers Somebody call the fire marshall, because the underside of Barack Obama’s bus was already dangerously overcrowded, and yet another body has been thrown under: The White House is contradicting the NASA administrator’s claim that President Barack Obama assigned him to reach out to Muslims on science matters. NASA Administrator Charles […]
Government-sanctioned and mandated segregation and discrimination were bad. Having to sit in the back of a public bus because you’re black was, to understate the matter, unpleasant. And denying women the vote because they’re women? Not cool. But I believe people should be free to associate with whomever they wish during their private time, even […]